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this is kinda a dumb question ,but i just got back in to the hobby and i started going through a lot of my old cars i sotered them in a up stairs bed room its kinda cold in there in the winter time but i leave the door open most of the time . anyways as i was looking a my old cars the cvds and black steel screws rusted on them. what causes this
 

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i had them stored in my house not a basement of anything like that.dose it mean my house is to damp.
 

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i forgot to mention that these are restored vintage tamiya cars so i dont drive them there just shelf queens. maybe wd 40
 

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If u dont drive them then probably wiping all the metal parts off with any type of oil would do the job. The only thing about wd 40 is that it will dry up in a short amount of time. Bearing lube or even thin motor oil might be a better way to go plus it will make the parts shine nicely.
 
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